Back Pain And Joint Pain Can Be Caused By Pancreatitis Side

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katmcstu Says:
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Anyone else having persistent back pain, I have been on 30 mg Tanzeum for six weeks the last three weeks have been experiencing back pain and joint paint that has increased intensity, also feelings of dehydration. THINKING ABOUT DISCONTINUING TANZEUM.



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Jackie Says:

If it's manufactured in India it is poison. All my medications are now manufactured in India. They no longer work.

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Verwon Says:

Those are listed as possible side effects of this medication, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience nausea, headache, diarrhea, cough and ear congestion.

If the symptoms haven't gone away, or are worsening, you should speak to your doctor as it may not be the right medication for you.

Jackie, though they may no longer work for you, that doesn't necessarily mean that they are poison. Have you informed your doctor of the problem? Which medications do you take?

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